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50 shades of grey???????

Well I seen the film and read the books , but is it me but does 50 shades of grey film just hold up to nothing in my mind . The hole intensity between Anastasia and christian in the book draws you in , and you can feel the lust but the film doesn’t do the books any justice . We all know that in the film there is no chance they could fit in all the best parts of the book , but why change the vital parts . We can all feel the lust between them but in the film , it might of been just me but there was a sense of awkwardness and the two main actors did not connect . This might just be cause we all base the intensity on twilight, but in the saga you could feel the way that Edward would struggle to fight the urge to be with her . I know that the stories are completely different but I would of liked to feel the way that the actors portray the parts , but 50 shades did not . A lot of pressure is put on to the directors to get the films right but 50 shades was missing all the key parts that the film should of had.

Well this is my thoughts let me know what you think. 

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